Parker Taproom - Coming in March 2024!


Lone Tree Brewing Company Publishes 2020 Production Numbers; Looks Forward To 10th Anniversary

LONE TREE, CO— Lone Tree Brew­ing Com­pa­ny kicks off 2021 with a diver­si­fied year-round can line­up and excite­ment look­ing for­ward to the company’s 10-year anniver­sary. Here is the brewery’s 2020 Year in Review.

In 2020, Lone Tree Brew­ing pro­duced 4,001 bar­rels of beer, more than half of which was pack­aged into 868,266 cans. The brewery’s award-win­ning Mex­i­can Lager com­prised a quar­ter of Lone Tree’s over­all vol­ume, while sea­son­al styles made up anoth­er 30 per­cent of the brewery’s total production.

In spring of 2020, Lone Tree debuted the Straw­ber­ry Kiwi Blonde Ale as a sea­son­al offer­ing; how­ev­er it was so pop­u­lar that by fall it had joined the line­up of year-round pack­aged beers dis­trib­uted across Col­orado and in Kansas.

Also in spring, Lone Tree intro­duced its first-ever year-round IPA. After a cou­ple of sea­sons of con­sumer feed­back, Lone Tree announced its relaunch with a refreshed recipe in November.

Lone Tree Brew­ing cel­e­brat­ed the City of Lone Tree’s 25th anniver­sary in the sum­mer, re-releas­ing the fan-favorite Moun­tain Mama Ger­man-Style Helles Lager recipe in lim­it­ed dis­tri­b­u­tion cans to com­mem­o­rate the occasion.

Lone Tree’s cult-fol­lowed, award-win­ning Hop Zom­bie Impe­r­i­al Red Ale crept back for its annu­al one-day-only release in the fall. This beer sold out by 4pm.

Lone Tree Brew­ing cel­e­brat­ed nine years in busi­ness in win­ter with an anniver­sary beer pack­age fea­tur­ing nine spe­cial­i­ty beers made for the occa­sion. These nine-packs sold out by 2:30pm.

Look­ing for­ward to 2021, Lone Tree is devel­op­ing sea­son­al recipes for warmer months and gear­ing up to cel­e­brate a decade in busi­ness in Lone Tree and Colorado’s beer com­mu­ni­ty this December.

While 2020 was a very chal­leng­ing year, we see great oppor­tu­ni­ty in 2021,” says Lone Tree Founder John Win­ter. “We increased our over­all bar­relage last year, and we’re start­ing the new year with even more pro­duc­tion increas­es. We see con­tin­ued growth both in our canned prod­ucts and keg sales. All of this makes us upbeat for the New Year ahead!”

For more infor­ma­tion about Lone Tree Brew­ing, con­tact Emi­ly Hut­to at

January 27, 2021

New LTBC tap room in Parker, Colorado coming March 2024

Updated May 14, 2021

After years of searching for the brewery’s next location, Lone Tree Brewing will open another taproom in the former Barnett & Son Brewing Co. location at 18425 Pony Express Drive in Parker, Colorado.

Keep an eye on the LTBC Instagram feed for updates.

Read more about this exciting announcement.

Global Can shortage

During these difficult times, many obstacles have emerged and currently the brewing community is experiencing an aluminum can shortage. We at Lone Tree Brewing wanted to let our fans know that we are working hard to keep beer on the shelves. However, you may notice some of our cans will look slightly different than they typically do as we utilize cans from many irregular sources. Rest assured, the beer will remain true and we will continue to provide quality craft beer to our community.

Many cheers to our friends!